|AylerKupp: For what it's worth, I think that the position is more than balanced; it's definitely in Black's favor. Critter 1.2 evaluated the position at [-1.63] at d=29 after 24.g4 d3 25.Rd1 Rac8 26.b4 Rd4 27.f4 Rxb4 28.f5 exf5 29.gxf5 Bxf5 30.Qxf6 Bg6.
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Houdini 1.5a also finds the position significantly favorable for Black, evaluating it at [-1.14], d=29 after arriving at the same position with a transposition of moves: 24.g4 Rac8 25.Rd1 d3 26.b4 Rd4 27.f4 Rxb4 28.f5 exf5 29.gxf5 Bxf5 30.Qxf6 Bg6
Engines aside, Black's original position following 26...Bg7 looks impregnable to attack by just White's remaining queen and rook, and it's hard to see how White will defend its pawns and prevent Black's d-pawn from queening after a determined attack by Black's rooks supported by the well-placed bishop.
But, of course, that's not easy to evaluate OTB; the continuation 19....gxd3 20.Rxd3 looks suicidal with Black's exposed king and the upcoming 21.Rg3+.